PASSION. PRESENCE. PURPOSE.
Are anxious thoughts or difficult emotions holding you back from living your best life? Are you tired of struggling with the same cycle of harmful behaviors? If so, you are not alone. Each week, our therapists at Cityscape Counseling help over 1000 clients throughout the Chicago city and suburbs who are struggling to manage anxiety, depression, disordered eating, trauma, addictions, relationships and more. Our team of Chicago therapists are dedicated to helping you conquer whatever is holding you back from living a life of passion, presence and purpose.
Finding your ideal therapist might seem overwhelming and we understand that an authentic connection with your therapist is key to helping you make progress. That’s why we have a dedicated intake director to help match you with the best therapist for you. Our therapists are known for being compassionate, non-judgmental, authentic and collaborative with their clients. To ensure that we can maximize the amount of people we can help, our therapists specialize in treating a wide range of mental health and relationship issues and we are also paneled with multiple insurance companies. We offer both online and in person therapy options.
We are also proud to be recognized as an Inc. 5000 company with a 100% employee retention rate over 6 years. Our therapists are passionate about coming to work every day because being a witness to your life transformation is the greatest privilege. We are excited to walk alongside you on your journey to mental wellness, whether virtually for anyone living in Illinois or in person at our offices in Chicago.
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The most prevalent mental health condition in America & the number one concern that brings people to therapy. Affecting as many as 40 million in the U.S., anxiety usually manifests in the form of unpleasant thoughts & physical symptoms.
Most people will experience at least one panic attack in their lifetime. They are often mistaken for heart attacks because chest pain and heart palpitations are the most common panic attack symptoms.
Eating Disorder behaviors are often masked with secrecy leaving you to feel even more isolated and alone. Overall, struggling with an Eating Disorder is not only physically draining, but emotionally and mentally as well.
Compulsions are often repetitive and acted on with the intention to prevent an unwanted occurrence and decrease anxiety. These prevention efforts are usually extreme and may seem irrational to the objective eye.